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Baker debuts, AZL Indians drop slugfest 17-15

GOODYEAR - It was a chaotic nine inning game of baseball last night as the AZL Indians pitching was bruised and battered for 17 runs off 21 hits to accommodate 5 errors in the field in a 17-15 loss to the D-Backs.

The Indians 2012 5th round pick Dylan Baker started the game and looked to have some nerves on the mound in his professional debut. Baker went one innings and gave up two earned runs on 25 pitches (13 strikes:12 balls). Baker led the game off with a walk and proceeded to leave his pitches elevated in the zone, resulting in a 400 ft. triple to the D’Backs no. 3 hitter Brian Billigen followed by a 375 ft. sac fly from the D’Backs 1st round pick Stryker Trahan (he of five RBI on the night).


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